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Hot Pink Saturate Look


Hello out there! Hope you are having fun with your makeup. I certainly do! So I went shopping in my makeup stash and decided to try out some stuff that I have had for a while but didn’t use much. This look combines Revlon’s colorburst hot pink lip-gloss and OCC saturate (teal) pigment since these two were barely used. 
Face
Revlon Beyond Natural smoothing primer
Sacha cream to powder foundation in Perfect Caramel
L’Oreal Translucide loose powder in medium
Revlon Colorstay mineral finishing powder in Suntan Matte
Eyes
Coastal Scent Go Cairo palette (matte dark brown and light brown)
Lips
Revlon Colorburst lip-gloss in Hot pink
Isn’t it great when you can find ways to utilize the makeup that you already have? Of course that doesn’t stop me from wanting more! Ha ha, it’s just the makeup lover in me.
Happy Shopping in your Makeup Stash!
XOXO
Naomi

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